Nigerians Commend NNPC For Ending Fuel Queues
Nigerians has commended the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited on its handling of the scarcity of the petrol motor spirit (PMS) experienced across Nigeria in recent times.
According to a report monitored on Arise TV by Swift Reporters, the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd, Mele Kyari on Sunday night visited some petrol stations in Abuja to ensure adequate distribution of petrol to Nigerians.
Kyari was accompanied on the inspection by the Executive Director, Distribution Systems, Storage & Retail Infrastructure, Nigeria Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority, Mr Ogbugo Ukoha and other top officials of the NNPC.
Speaking to journalists during the tour, the GMD expressed satisfaction that normalcy is beginning to return to the country through the loading of petrol at the depot.
He expressed optimism that with the 24 hours dispensing of petrol to motorists as well as the support being given by President Muhammadu Buhari, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Timipre Sylva and the cooperation of security agencies and oil marketers, the petrol crisis will soon be over.
The NNPC had revealed that the scarcity was occasioned by the importation of adulterated fuel by suppliers.